stereophonic broadcasting


stereophonic broadcasting
стереофоническое звуковое вещание
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стереофоническое радиовещание

English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications. 2015.

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  • stereophonic — [ster΄ē ə fän′ik, stir΄ē ə fän′ik] adj. designating or of sound reproduction, as in films, records, tapes, or broadcasting, using two or more channels to carry and reproduce through separate speakers a blend of sounds from separate sources… …   English World dictionary

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  • stereophonic — /stɛriəˈfɒnɪk / (say stereeuh fonik), /stɪə / (say stear ) adjective 1. of or relating to a three dimensional auditory perspective. 2. of or relating to the multi channel reproduction or broadcasting of sound which simulates three dimensional… …   Australian English dictionary

  • FM broadcasting — See also: frequency modulation and FM broadcast band FM broadcasting is a broadcasting technology pioneered by Edwin Howard Armstrong which uses frequency modulation (FM) to provide high fidelity sound over broadcast radio. The term FM band… …   Wikipedia

  • Sanyo Broadcasting — Co., Ltd. (山陽放送株式会社, San yo Hoso Kabushikigaisha ) is a Japanese television and radio broadcaster in Okayama and Kagawa. The abbreviation, RSK originates in the former name in Japanese (Radio Sanyo Kabushikigaisha, ラジオ山陽株式会社). It is affiliated… …   Wikipedia

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  • Osaka Broadcasting Corporation — JOUF City of license Osaka Broadcast area Kansai region Frequency 1314 kHz First air date July 1, 1958 Format Talk, Sports …   Wikipedia

  • FMX (broadcasting) — FMX is the name of a commercially unsuccessful noise reduction system developed in the 1980’s for FM broadcasting in the United States.FM Stereo broadcasting is known to incur up to a 23 dB noise penalty over that of monophonic FM broadcasting;… …   Wikipedia

  • Shizuoka Broadcasting System — Shizuoka Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS, 静岡放送株式会社) is a Japanese broadcaster in Shizuoka. Its radio station is affiliated with Japan Radio Network (JRN) and National Radio Network (NRN), and its TV station is affiliated with JNN (Japan News… …   Wikipedia

  • David Hamilton (broadcasting) — David Hamilton (born David Pilditch 10 September 1938) is a British radio presenter. Since his broadcasting career began in 1959, Hamilton has hosted over 12,000 radio shows and more than 1,000 TV shows. He is usually known as Diddy David… …   Wikipedia


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